Polish group

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Polish group

Postby moo » Sat Jan 21, 2017 9:47 pm

If anyone would like to discuss Polish language, I'm thinking of refreshing mine. I will attempt to write something but my productive skills are definitely lower than A2 as I have had no contact with the language for over a year and never learnt how to spell. If anyone can make enough sense of my broken Polish to correct it, then that'd be great.

Umium powiedzić jak mój dzien wyglanda, co lubię rubić, lubię uczyć sie jenzyca. Lubię jęnzyca polskiego itd. :)
( HOping more will come back if other people post :) )

I can only refresh and maintain Polish at the moment and see what comes back after a break of not studying it actively.
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Re: Polish group

Postby moo » Sat Jan 21, 2017 10:05 pm

P.s if anyone is interested, I'll post stuff here that helped me out and I really enjoyed when I was learning Polish more seriously, like this band;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDaH4_-j1bA

:D :D :D
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Re: Polish group

Postby DCDC » Sat Jan 21, 2017 11:17 pm

moo wrote:
Umium powiedzić jak mój dzien wyglanda, co lubię rubić, lubię uczyć sie jenzyca. Lubię jęnzyca polskiego itd. :)

Umiem powiedzieć jak mój dzień wygląda, co lubię robić, lubię uczyć się języka. Lubię język polski itd

Nieźle Ci idzie. Jeśli chodzi o muzykę, polecam Kult: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCcoN0-M_r4
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Polish group

Postby Jerrylakly » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:14 pm

What kind of study group?

ETA: Like how would it be different from the normal exchange of questions and answers on the board?
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Re: Polish group

Postby IronMike » Thu Oct 19, 2017 6:24 pm

While I'm not studying Polish now, I'd love for this group to take off. I'm a Slavic language lover, so Polish is on my languages-to-study-before-I-die list.
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Re: Polish group

Postby Theodisce » Fri Oct 20, 2017 6:49 pm

You don't need to study. With your C level Russian, I believe it would be sufficient for you just to listen to Polish content for several hundred hours :) .
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Re: Polish group

Postby Speakeasy » Fri Oct 20, 2017 10:59 pm

Theodisce wrote:You don't need to study. With your C level Russian, I believe it would be sufficient for you just to listen to Polish content for several hundred hours.
To a large extent, I agree. I have studied Polish and Russian to the Intermediate Level. A couple of years ago, sincerely not wishing to offend anyone, I made the off-handed remark on the HTLAL that, from the perspective of an English speaker, Polish is Russian without the Cyrillic alphabet. It was not long before a number of native-speakers took me task! My poorly-phrased comment had been intended to express the notion that, in my experience, developing a reasonably solid base in one of the Slavic languages had facilitated my learning of another Slavic language, just as my learning one Romance language had eased my learning of others.
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